Confiscation precedes subjugation
corral n. 1.chiefly (US) an enclosure for confining cattle 2. A defensive enclosure formed by a ring of covered wagons (v) 3.to drive into and confine in or as in a corral 4. (informal) to capture(dictionary.com)
Beaurat Obama wants universal registration of all firearms in America. He says it’s “common sense” to register all firearms and the “majority” of firearms owners agree with him. He polls his people and tells us we think that way too. The man agglomerates numbers in biased and prejudiced surveys. He twists the findings into complementary terms showing just how perfect his intuition is when adducing the American public’s thinking.
He almost never gets plastered for trying to pull the wool over the American people’s eyes. Not ever, since the mid-term elections in his first term, has he admitted the American people didn’t see any issue his way. The man needs to hit the tables in Vegas because his ability to forecast the collective thought processes of over 300 million people is astounding. Unless you remember the man wouldn’t recognize a fact if it bit him on the butt.
Universal firearms registration has been the gambit used by despots throughout history. In 1774 Britain legislated an import ban on powder and firearms into the American colonies. In 1774 and 1775 Britain commanded the confiscation of all firearms and powder already in the possession of the colonies. The obvious intent was to assure there’d be NO resistance to already heavy-handed suppression of the natural rights of the colonists by a repressive, absentee government. The American Revolution ensued.
Fast forward to the 20th Century. Benito Mussolini said: “The measures adopted to restore public order are: First of all, the elimination of the so-called subversive elements .... They were elements of disorder and subversion. On the morrow of each conflict I gave the categorical order to confiscate the largest possible number of weapons of every sort and kind. This confiscation, which continues with the utmost energy, has given satisfactory results.”
His ally and fellow despot, Adolph Hitler said in turn: “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing. Indeed, I would go so far as to say that the supply of arms to the underdogs is a sine qua non for the overthrow of any sovereignty.”
But so many people take exception to even remotely referring to Obama in the same conversation with Hitler. So let’s get closer with the words of a man Obama is more familiar with: Mao Zedong. Mao said: “All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to command the party.”
Not close enough to a time frame we can understand because lord knows Hitler, Mussolini and Mao are ancient history and thus not possibly to imitate? Let’s consider a source in support of firearms confiscation during the Clinton administration. Josh Sugarman of the Violence Policy Center suggested: “A gun-control movement worthy of the name would insist that President Clinton move beyond his proposals for controls ... and immediately call on Congress to pass far-reaching industry regulation like the Firearms Safety and Consumer Protection Act ... [which] would give the Treasury Department health and safety authority over the gun industry, and any rational regulator with that authority would ban handguns.”
But to really understand the direction the leftists are taking in their logic we need only reference that scion of political wisdom, Mayor Marion “Crackhead” Barry of Washington D.C. when he spoke these telling words: “Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country.”
People are trying to corral us to control us. They register firearms so they may know where they are in the future when they make their next governmental putsch toward “one world order”. Confiscation precedes subjugation.
I don’t know about you but I’m nobody’s cattle or sheep to be led docilely to slaughter.
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